Hinault



Bernard, born 1954, French cyclist with five victories (1978–79, 1981–82, and 1985) in the Tour de France.
Contemporary Examples

In 1985, you emerged as the stronger rider, but were held back to let Hinault win.
I Pushed the Lance Armstrong Lie: An Open Letter to Greg LeMond Mark McKinnon July 30, 2014

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